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Custom Taxonomies

A Rationale for Using Custom Post Types and Custom Taxonomies

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In this session we talk about the rationale for using custom post types and custom taxonomies and show different examples of these in BYOBWebsite. We also talk about switching query boxes to a custom post using its own template system to copy it over. Member: You know, if you read my question it relates to

What’s Involved in Creating Custom Taxonomies in WordPress?

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In this session we discuss what’s involved in creating custom taxonomies in WordPress using the Types plugin and applying it to post types. We also talk about the hierarchical and non-hierarchical taxonomies and how they are created. Member:  Okay, one of the other things that you talked about in your How To Build A Business

Community News Case Study Part 1 – Custom Taxonomy vs Custom Post Types

This is the first in a series of live discussions on using WordPress and Thesis as a Content Management System (CMS). One member asked how to create a “Community News” site so that each community had its own “blog” page or “articles” page. The goal here is to have a site that allows categorization by

Community Library Website – Case Study Part 7 – Creating Hierarchical Custom Taxonomies

This is the seventh in a series of live lessons on using WordPress and Thesis as a Content Management System (CMS). In this case study we are creating a community library website. In this lesson we set up our hierarchical custom taxonomies. We go through the process of configuring them using the Custom Post Type

Community Library Website – Case Study Part 8 – Creating Non-Hierarchical Custom Taxonomies

This is the eighth in a series of live lessons on using WordPress and Thesis as a Content Management System (CMS). In this case study we are creating a community library website. In this lesson we set up our non-hierarchical custom taxonomies. We go through the process of configuring them using the Custom Post Type